Review: Brunch at Ruby’s

Brunch at Ruby’s had me captivated from the first page. DL White brings her three protagonists; Renee, Maxine and Debra, to life with distinct voices and vivid personalities. Best friends for thirty years, they’ve watched each other grow, accompanied each other through the ups and downs of life and always returning to Ruby’s diner in…

Review: Weeping Women Springs

For the women of Weeping Women Springs, mourning has become a way of life. The author, Tamara Eaton, lets you into their world which she fills with details of a seemingly normal existence. Perhaps the books strongest point is Ms Eaton’s ability to bring its setting to life. She describes it until we can see…

Getting started

Hello from Singapore! I’m Agatha and I’ll be exploring books from outside mainstream reviews’ attention. Some will only be available as ebooks, some may be from indie presses and hopefully, some will have been published here in Singapore. Thank you so much for joining me on my reading adventure. Regards Agatha